However, he has now been told that the bottom half of the NTE5 is his responsibility and therefore he has been charged just over £200 (he will check his bill again and confirm to me).
Just to rub salt into his wound, earlier today his phone went dead, he removed the bottom half and plugged his filter with phone and router into the 'test' socket and both working, so his new bottom half is a dud.
What do you think about his being charged? I always thought that the complete NTE5 was BT's.
He only has one phone, plugged into a filter with his router. No other internal wiring or extensions, bells, Redcare or Sky.
I think he has been done...
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